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Tim Ferriss (Author & Entrepreneur)

This is a letter from Stoic heavyweight Seneca the Younger — who lived a mere 2,000 years or so ago — to his friend Lucilius. It’s from a collection of letters that comprise, effectively, my favorite book of all time. I’ve read it dozens of times, and I loved it so much that I turned it into The Tao of Seneca, a three-volume set of audiobooks.

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The moral letters to Lucilius are a collection of 124 letters, written by Seneca the Younger (c. 4 BC-AD 65), spanning a wide variety of moral problems. Written during his retirement after serving as both tutor and advisor to the emperor Nero, Seneca offers his unique form of stoicism. This edition contains all 124 letters by Seneca and fragments quoted by Aulus Gellius.

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